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All reviews grocery store cute shops shaved ice old hawaii quaint little town tree tunnel t shirts fun shopping hawaiian feel worth a visit garden island sugar mill art gallery lots of history few hours day trip laid back
This was once a sugar mill town on the south coast of Kauai. Today, it's mostly a cluster of tourist-oriented shops and restaurants, though the old buildings have some historical/architectural interest.
Small town Hawaii on display at Old Koloa Town. It's just a short stretch of village shops and restaurants. This is essentially a one gas station and one grocery store town. BTW, the store, Big Save, makes great plate lunches, sandwiches and salads at the...More
WE visited this town 2 years ago and loved it. Now, a mainland company has bought out the properties, are building a large shopping area, and the charm is gone. Several shops we loved are gone as it is going modern chasing the big tourist...More
We made extensive us of the Big Save market for provisions and got coffee at the Aloha Roastery. There is also a food truck park here with several good food trucks. I highly recommend staying in the area.
Old Koloa Town is a quaint little stop and we like to stop by every time we visit. Cute shops, good restaurants, and a bit of history to boot. And lots of shade, too, which is always nice with the tropical sun.
Not only are there some great shopping opportunities here, but the area is full of history. This was a hub of the sugar industry in Kauai. in the middle of the main street there is a courtyard with the Koloa History center in it. There...More
This town is primarily a collection of gift shops located right at the end of the tree tunnel. It's right on the way to Poipu so you can't miss it. It's also home of Koloa Zipline which was a great experience.
My wife and I stopped on a rainy day. We enjoyed. Really liked the Crazy Shirt Co. Also liked the mini museum next door to it. There's also an old smokestack left from a sugar mill. Food trucks are parked but the smokestack.
Old Koloa is a place worth visiting. We like to stop at places that highlight local color and history. The folks of Old Koloa Town made an effort to offer up some history. As you walk through the town, many of the buildings have plaques...More
We stopped here on a whim but I am sure glad we did. It has some nice shops and it was a nice walk down the street checking it all out. I wish we had more time to explore more of the town itself. Parking...More